We have extremely dedicated and supportive staff
who work very hard to provide the best opportunities for all our children in a safe and happy school environment.
I became the Headteacher of Trinity C.E. Primary School on the 1 st November 2019 and consider it an absolute honour to have been appointed. I have found Trinity to be a hugely exciting, dynamic school that is committed to achieving the highest quality learning experiences for all of its children within a culture of high aspiration and expectation. As the Headteacher I would like Trinity to inspire the children to become the very best that they can be; to extend the boundaries of their lives through looking beyond what is known and even beyond what they think may be possible and prepare them for their future roles in an ever changing world.
Educating children is a great responsibility and privilege and at Trinity C.E. Primary School we readily accept this.
I love running and gain great inspiration from athletes such as Usain Bolt and Mo Farrah. I also enjoy walking especially along the Malvern Hills where life just stands still. I find baking relaxing but alas I am not in the league or even close to Mary Berry although my family happily endure my creations.
Deputy Head Teacher
I arrived at Trinity over 5 years ago as their new Deputy Head and year 6 teacher. I see it as a huge privilege to work with children at the end of their primary school journey. Year 6 is a jam-packed year where we (unavoidably) prepare for testing, take on leadership responsibilities, produce a school play and go on a residential visit. The children at Trinity are a joy to work with and constantly impress me with their positivity and their ability to nurture their peers, I am very proud of all of them.
My weekends are filled with entertaining my one year old and when I can persuade him to take a nap I also love DIY and digging in my garden (I have yet to grow anything worth mention).
Mrs Michela Evans
Key Stage One Phase Leader and Class
I joined Trinity Primary School in November and I couldn’t be happier working with such a wonderful, inspiring group of people. In the role of Key Stage One Phase Leader I have the pleasure in meeting our children at the start of their exciting journey and I look forward to seeing them develop and grow into independent young learners. I am also the Physical Activity Coordinator which enables me to ensure all children are physically challenged and enjoying a variety of sports at Trinity and at local competitions, including Cross Country, Hi 5 Netball, Football and Hockey to name just a few.
I am now in my 23rd year of teaching and this is just the second school I have taught in. I love to see the children grow up, move away to pastures new as confident, happy individuals or return to school as wannabe teachers themselves. I have been delighted to attend 18th birthday parties and weddings but when the children I taught started having children of their own, I knew I had to move on! No one needs to be reminded of how old they actually are!
In my spare time I love baking and going out with friends. I have two daughters, a dog and a rabbit. Oh, and a husband!
Year 5/6 Class Teacher
I joined Trinity as Year 5/6 Leader back in 2013 and have been lucky enough to do all sorts of roles in school such as leading Year 3/4 , being Assistant Head, leading English, Assessment and now Computing. I love working with other members of staff to try and make sure that all children at Trinity get the best possible learning experience. Lessons should be fun and just hard enough that you learn something new every day.
At the weekends and during the holidays, I love making things. I used to make lots of my own clothes but it’s a bit trickier now that I have a toddler at home to look after!
Year 2 Class Teacher and DSL
I am lucky enough to be the Year 2 teacher here at Trinity. Working with our 6 and 7 year olds is a wonderful job; our classroom is often lively (sometimes noisy!) but always full of engaged learners who are a pleasure to teach.
I’m a French speaker and I also lead the language teaching in school for our KS2 children.
When I’m not at work, I’m busy looking after my own family; I have 3 children so my weekends are just as busy as my weekdays! I love to travel and I especially enjoy visiting France.
Mrs Sarah Wiliams
I’ve taught at Trinity for just over a year now. Last year, I taught Year 4 and last term, I worked with small intervention groups. Currently, I teach Year 5 and 6 and thoroughly enjoy the challenges that teaching my groups bring. I’m really interested in mindfulness and how important self esteem is in the classroom so that everyone feels valued. On Thursday lunchtimes, I offer a lunchtime club and it’s great to chat with the children on a more informal basis. I love including drama in my English and Topic lessons to reinforce key concepts.
Every Saturday morning, you can see me in a quad, rowing down to Hambledon Lock!
I am one of the Reception teachers. I have worked at Trinity for over six years. I love teaching the youngest children. It is wonderful to see how much they grow in their first year at school and I love hearing all of the wonderful things that they have to say on a daily basis.
When I am not at school I like spending time with my family. I love reading, watching films, eating out and trying out new recipes at home.
Year 1 Class Teacher
I joined Trinity Primary School in November 2014 as a KS1 class teacher. I absolutely love working with my colleagues and all the children in school. They are like my family in this country. As a foreigner, I have learnt a lot such as humour, cultures and history of the UK. Also I have learnt that learning can be really creative and fun here. In Trinity, I am the Art Coordinator and each year I organise an art gallery which links to Henley Youth Festival. It is always wonderful to see children’s creative artwork. Also, Maths is another particular favourite subject, because I love helping children to get over their hurdles.
I love cooking, so during my weekend, I always cook something yummy and I am learning baking at the moment. Also, I practise my Chinese calligraphy and drawing when I have spare time. Now I am expecting a baby, so I look forward to my exciting adventure as a new mummy!
Year 3 Class Teacher
I am currently the Year 3 Class Teacher at Trinity Primary and am having an absolute blast. I joined the school in September 2019 and have loved the ethos, staff and pupils from the get-go. It is wonderful to be with the children as they take the step into Key Stage 2, and very enjoyable to laugh and learn alongside such lovely children.
When I’m not stunt-doubling for Keira Knightley I spend the majority of my time either walking my two water-dogs on Mill Meadows or drawing, painting and reading at home. Occasionally I might leave my cave to eat-out or watch a film! :)
Year 4 Class Teacher
I have taught at Trinity for a number of years now and have enjoyed teaching different age groups, but I have to say that working with children in the Lower Juniors really is my favourite. I particularly enjoy teaching English and love the imaginative ideas the children bring to our writing lessons and seeing their ideas develop into a finished piece. I love working as part of a team and at Trinity the staff team is amazing, full of energy and enthusiasm.
When I am not at work I enjoy spending time with my friends and family, I love to cook and to entertain and I am always trying out new recipes from my large collection of cookery books.I enjoy travelling too but I especially love walking my two beautiful rescue greyhounds Rosie and Ralph!
Energetic and driven, we were thrilled when Jesse Neimus joined as our Assistant Teacher. Jesse Neimus is always excited to take on the next challenge and push our team forward.
Since joining Trinity C of E Primary School, Morgan James has consistently brought passion and dedication every single day. Their experience makes them a perfect fit as our Teaching Coordinator.
Energetic and driven, we were thrilled when Charlie McMann joined as our Assistant Teacher. Charlie McMann is always excited to take on the next challenge and push our team forward.
Loved by students and staff alike, Ash Marcus brings knowledge, enthusiasm and joy to Trinity C of E Primary School. As our Senior Teacher, they have been an invaluable member of the team.
Loved by students and staff alike, Reese Whiteman brings knowledge, enthusiasm and joy to Trinity C of E Primary School. As our Senior Teacher, they have been an invaluable member of the team.
Since joining Trinity C of E Primary School, Drew Carlyle has consistently brought passion and dedication every single day. Their experience makes them a perfect fit as our Teaching Coordinator.